Chomsky on the election:
“Bush won slightly more than 30% of the electorate, Kerry slightly under 30%. I doubt that fraud had much to do with it. That’s about what I personally
predicted, if that matters; am collecting some symbolic bets from friends, and
even wrote about it a bit, on Znet. It is meaningless. It tells us virtually
nothing about the country, just as it would tell us nothing if there had been a
slight shift in votes and Kerry had won with a meaningless slight plurality.”
His last answer is the most important (“Why Can’t The Left Do It?”) for those of us who realize the future of change does not lie with the DNC and The Blue Pigs.